Tag Archives: Concordia Thunder

Tag Archives: Concordia Thunder

All-stars, awards winners announced at U SPORTS, CCAA championships

March 19, 2019

FREDERICTON, N.B. — The all-stars and other awards winners at the 2019 U SPORTS and CCAA – Curling Canada Championships were announced on Tuesday night at the closing banquet.

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The Douglas Royals and Concordia Thunder win the 2019 CCAA Curling Canada Championship crown

March 19, 2019

The Douglas Royals are the 2019 CCAA Curling Canada Women’s Champions following a 7-5 victory over the MacEwan Griffins.

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Semi-Final Results at the 2019 CCAA Curling Canada Championships in Fredericton

March 19, 2019

The medal rounds are set for the 2019 CCAA Curling Canada Championships. The MacEwan Griffins and Douglas Royals will battle for the women’s championship while the Concordia Thunder and Humber Hawks face off for the men’s gold.

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Day Three at the 2019 CCAA Curling Canada Championships in Fredericton

March 17, 2019

Women’s Championship The Fanshawe Falcons and Augustana Vikings opened day three with one of the most exciting matches of the championship. The teams exchanged the lead seven times over the course of the high scoring affair. With the game tied after eight ends, the Vikings tallied two in the ninth to go up 9-7. The Falcons were not deterred and responded by scoring three in the 10th, squeezing out an entertaining 10-9 victory. Lauren Massey led the Falcons at 75% while Katelyn Skolski curled an impressive 95% for Augustana. After starting the championship at 0-2, the Douglas Royals were looking ...

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Day Two at the 2019 CCAA Curling Canada Championships in Fredericton

March 17, 2019

Men’s Championship Saturday’s early matches in then Men’s Draw were primarily one-sided affairs. The NAIT Ooks remained undefeated by scoring five in the third end and three in the fifth on their way to a 13-1 win over the Sault Cougars. NAIT was focused from the start, curling a championship best 85% as a team with JJ Crowder curling 100% and his teammates Trygg Jensen and Jonah Tobinski both curling at 88%.

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